Mountain Activities Report

Sugarbush Spring Update - August 20th, 2014

A bout of chilly weather and the kick off of season pass sales has many of us thinking snow.  Before we jump the (snow) gun though, we’ve still got a few more weeks of lift rides to the top, ziplines to the bottom, and more short sleeve fun.  September 2nd marks the segue into fall when we shift our hours to 10 AM – 4 PM on weekends and holidays.

Our summer hours for mountain activities are 10 AM- 6 PM Friday and Saturday and 10 AM - 4 PM Sunday-Thursday.

We offer gorgeous scenic lift rides complete with views of the Mad River Valley, fun and challenging lift-served mountain biking, as well as disc golf, hiking, a bungee trampoline, ziplining, and a bounce house.  

The Sugarbush Golf Club is fully open with peak season rates for 18 holes, cart included. The Pro Shop is open daily, 7 AM to 6 PM. 

Be sure to check out all of our culinary special deals this summer and full culinary options below.

Our kids camps, clinics, and lessons are sure to tire the younger members of the family out with new themed weeks.   


If you're visiting us this summer, please take note of these changes..

Partial road closures for re-paving on the Sugarbush Access Rd from Collins Rd to just east of the Inferno Rd/Access Rd/Village Rd 4-way.

Timbers Restaurant will be closed the following dates for private events:

  • Saturday, September 6th
  • Sunday, September 7th
  • Saturday, October 4th
  • Saturday, October 18th

For details on everything Sugarbush, visit Sugarbush.com, keep in touch on our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram.

Be Better Here. See you on the mountain.

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